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  1. Culture Shock! Belgium: A Survival Guide to Customs and Etiquette (Culture Shock! Guides) by Mark Elliott, 2007-02-15
  2. Belgium - Culture Smart!: a quick guide to customs & etiquette by Mandy Macdonald, 2006-09-05
  3. Culture Shock! Belgium: A Guide to Customs and Etiquette by Mark Wellesley Elliot, 2001-12-06
  4. Culture Smart! Belgium: A Quick Guide to Customs & Etiquette by Mandy MacDonald, 2005-06-01
  5. Food Culture in Belgium (Food Culture around the World) by Peter Scholliers, 2008-11-30
  6. 150 years of communities and cultures in Belgium: 1830-1980
  7. BELGIUM: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Countries and Their Cultures</i> by JEAN DE LANNOY, RUBEN A. LOMBAERT, 2001
  8. Culture Shock! Belgium: A Survival Guide to Customs and Etiquette (Culture Shock! Guides) by Mark Elliot, 2009-12
  9. Culture Shock! Belgium (Cultureshock Belgium: A Survival Guide to Customs & Etiquette) by Mark Elliott, 2006-11-01
  10. Belgian Culture: The Adventures of Tintin, Culture of Belgium, Sammy, Sinterklaas, La Ribambelle, Delhi Belgian Club, Kermesse, Miss Belgium
  11. The Ideological Crisis of Expressionism: The Literary and Artistic German War Colony in Belgium 1914-1918 (Studies in German Literature, Linguistics, and Culture) by Rainer Rumold, 1990-08
  12. The 2009 Import and Export Market for Human Blood, Prepared Animal Blood, Toxins, Cultures of Micro-Organisms, and Similar Products Excluding Yeasts in Belgium by Icon Group International, 2009-05-25
  13. Let's Visit Belgium (Burke Books) by Noel Carrick, 1984-07
  14. Belgium: Comparative Culture and Government

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    The Instituut voor het Archeologisch Patrimonium conducts archaeological investigations in Belgium, maintains the archaeological repository for documentation of archaeological sites, and offers technical support to others conducting work in the country. English, Flemish, and German.
    Research and Innovation in Belgium: Archaeology
    Current information on the latest innovations in Belgium, including work conducted in Belgium, and elsewhere by Belgian companies.
    Royal Institute for Belgium's Artistic Heritage
    This research institute is dedicated to conservation and study of art and artifacts of Belgium's heritage, including documents, and has a full complement of laboratory space. English, Dutch, German.

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    HOME RENTALS PURCHASE SERVICE AREA ... FAQ BELGIUM: Culture General Information Culture: History People Cuisine ... Getting Around Your Belgium cell phone rental will make discovering this culturally-rich country a breeze. HISTORY Belgium is one of the newer countries of Western Europe, having gained its independence less than 200 years ago. For the previous two millennia it was a playground and often also a battleground for the great powers of Europe and virtually every one of them held sway over it at one time or another. From Caesar to Charlemagne When Julius Caesar conquered Gaul the people he found living in present-day Belgium were the Belgae, one of various Celtic tribes of early Gaul. The Romans called their new province Gallia Belgica.
    In the fifth century, as the Roman Empire was slowly fading the Franks, a Germanic tribe, threw the Romans out of Gaul. Several centuries later Charlemagne reunited Gaul and added most of the rest of Western Europe to his empire. Apart from the wars he fought in order to expand his empire his reign was also notable for his fostering of commerce, arts, and classical learning. However, his successors were not equal to the task of keeping the empire intact and gradually Belgium was split: Flanders, the northwestern part, fell to France and the southeastern part went to Germany. Medieval Times This split heralded the beginning of the power of the Counts of Flanders, and cities on important commercial routes such as Bruges, Ghent and Ypres became very prosperous, with the result that Belgium consisted of strong fortified and virtually autonomous cities in Flanders, and less unified cities in the south. The golden age for Flanders started: England wool was imported and woven into fine cloth and sold in the European continent.

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    A new network of cycling paths has been developed in the Ardennes region. Known as RAVeL General Info section).
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    Although a highly developed country, Belgium has some beautiful countryside. The hilly country in the Ardennes region features forests, lakes and caves. Flanders offers opportunities for coastal and forest walks. For further information about marked trails, contact the tourist boards (see General Info section). Numerous other activities can be practiced, including canoeing, kayaking, horseriding, caving, climbing and fishing. A range of watersports is also available on the coast.
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    Belgian chocolate has an excellent reputation. Some chocolate factories are open to the public, though it is often necessary to book in advance. The Chocolate and Cocoa Museum on the Grand-Place in Brussels is open from Tuesday to Sunday. The

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    Facts and Statistics Location: Western Europe, bordering France 620 km, Germany 167 km, Luxembourg 148 km,
    Netherlands 450 km Capital: Brussels Climate: temperate; mild winters, cool summers; rainy, humid, cloudy Population: 10,348,276 (July 2004 est.) Ethnic Make-up: Fleming 58%, Walloon 31%, mixed or other 11% Religions: Roman Catholic 75%, Protestant or other 25% Government: federal parliamentary democracy under a constitutional monarch Languages of Belgium Official Languages of Belgium are French Dutch and German . Wallon is used by 33% of population. Flemish, the local variant of Dutch, is used by more than 60% of the population, and is spoken in the northern part of the country. The languages learned at school are officially labelled French and Dutch. German, spoken by 1% of population can be found in the cantons in the east of the Wallon region. Brussels, the capital of Belgium, has two official languages: French and Dutch. Luxembourgish is spoken by around 0.5% of the population, but the language has no official status. About 10% of the Belgian population are non-native, and languages spoken include Italian Spanish Greek Arabic and Turkish Why not learn some useful French phrases Dutch phrases or German phrases
    Belgium is not a homogeneous country with one national identity. As such, it is therefore difficult to give a general overview that applies to all Belgians. Each area will have its own particularities. The three predominant cultures are: 1) in north, Flanders - primarily Dutch, 2)in the south, Wallonia - primarily French and 3) the northeast - primarily German influenced. The following are brief aspects that are applicable to all areas.

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        Venue: BOZAR, Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels Date: October 7, 2010 October 9, 2010 Website: http://www.cultureactioneuropeconference.eu/ Culture Action Europe 2010 The Culture Action Europe conference has a long established tradition as the key focal point for cultural operators, civil society, experts and policy makers to come together and debate key issues at stake for Europe’s cultural life. The conference will inspire, argue and debate what choices we make now and how they will alter the landscape of future EU policies for culture. It will try to embrace two interconnected visions: first, the contributions of arts and cultural sector to the vision of Europe in the future; second, the recognition and support for these contributions within the range of programmes and policies that the EU has to offer. The programme for the conference is concentrated and focussed on in-depth debate, allowing space for extensive audience participation and interaction between speakers and delegates.The two ‘conversations’ of the day will seek to reflect on some of the following questions:

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    A discussion of Belgian culture requires discussing both those aspects of cultural life shared by 'all' or most of the Belgians, regardless of what language they speak, and also, the
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    Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources . Unsourced material may be challenged and removed (December 2008) A discussion of Belgian culture requires discussing both those aspects of cultural life shared by 'all' or most of the Belgians , regardless of what language they speak, and also, the differences between the main cultural communities: the Flemish people from Flanders , Brussels and the French-speakers from Brussels and Wallonia . This last opinion (Brussels and Wallonia), is rejected by the Manifesto for Walloon culture and also by regionalist from Brussels Most Belgians tend to view their culture as an integral part of European culture or Western culture ; nevertheless, both main communities tend to make their thousands of individual and collective cultural choices mainly from within their own community, and then, when going beyond, the Flemish draw intensively from both the English-speaking culture (which dominates sciences, professional life and most news media) and the Netherlands, whereas French-speakers focus on cultural life in Paris and elsewhere in the French-speaking world ( la Francophonie ), and less outside. A truly scientific discussion would also include discussion of the different cultures of Belgian ethnic minorities such as the Jews who have formed a remarkable component of

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    People of Belgium The people of Belgium can be divided into two ethnic groups - the Flemings, who are of Teutonic origin and the Walloons, who are of Celtic origin. These two groups can be distinguished on the basis of the languages they speak- the Flemings speak Dutch while the Walloons speak French.
    Around 97 per cent of the population lives in urban areas even as the capital, Brussels, serves as home to a number of foreign guests. Arts, Culture and Music of Belgium Festivals play an important role among the people of Belgium. One of the most famous festivals is the three-day carnival at Binche, near Mons, held just before Lent. The carnival is a period of merry-making and joy and is characterized by songs and dances led by "Gilles," men dressed in high, plumed hats and bright costumes. Other important occasions include Procession of the Holy Blood, held in Brugge in May and Saint Nicholas's Day held every year on December 6, which also commemorates as an important children's holiday. Flag of Belgium The flag of Belgium is made up of three equal vertical bands - black towards the hoist side, yellow in the middle and red towards the right. The design of this flag is based on the flag of France.

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    Belgium culture is concentrated within each language community and it is sometimes difficult to speak of a common Belgian culture. Commen elements of Belgian identity are friendly predisposition and indulgence in life. Art Government Made-in-Belgium Business ... Belgian flag
    Here are some basic Belgium Facts visitors might want to be familiar with. I think Brugel depicted the Belgian identity spirit perfectly with his paintings of weddings and festivities. Belgians appreciate good food and wine and many celebrations are centered around them.
    On the other hand Belgians come across as a lukewarm audience. Concert performers have it though with an audience that is not keen on participating unless really motivated. It is said that if a singer/band is successful in Belgium then there is a good chance they will also be appreciated by the rest of Europe. Nonetheless Belgium has seen the flourishing of major artistic movements that have had tremendous influence on European art and culture. Belgium culture: Art This is the nation that has produced the Surrealist painters Rene Magritte and Paul Delvaux.

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    11. Belgium: Society, Character And Culture
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    The "peaceful anarchism" of Brussels architecture may well be the feature that best characterizes Belgium as a whole. During its history of over 2000 years, the region has almost continuously been occupied by foreign powers: from the Romans to the Spanish, the Austrians, the French, the Dutch and the Germans. This has made the Belgians critical of any form of authority, and laws, rules and regulations are not taken very seriously (tax evasion is one of the national sports). This individualistic, anti-authoritarian attitude is perhaps best exemplified by the famous literary figure of Thyl Uilenspiegel, who mocked the Spanish authorities during the 16th century occupation. The governing of the country is very much complicated by the particular structure with three language communities Flanders in the North, Wallonia in the South, and a tiny German speaking region in the East ), and the multilingual, multicultural and multinational status of Brussels. The language in Wallonia is French (although there still exists a not officially recognized " Walloon language "). The language in Flanders is Flemish, which is officially the same language as the Dutch which is spoken in Holland. In practice, the differences between Flemish and Dutch (mostly pronunciation, also vocabulary and expressions) are comparable to the differences between British and American English, and are just big enough so that Dutch TV sometimes add subtitles to Flemish spoken movies. Although Brussels is surrounded by Flemish territory, the majority there speaks French. Flanders comprises about 55% of the 10 million of Belgian inhabitants, Brussels 10 % and Wallonia the remaining 35%.

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    Identification. Gallia Belgica Location and Geography. The country is located at the western end of the northern European plain, covering an area of 11,780 square miles (30,510 square kilometers); the neighboring states are France, Luxembourg, Germany, and the Netherlands. The two main rivers are the Schelde and the Meuse, both of which begin in France and flow toward the Netherlands. The land rises progressively toward the south. Flanders (northern part of the country) is less hilly than Wallonia (southern part). The German-speaking population lives at the borders with Germany and Luxembourg. Discoveries of coal in the hills of northern Wallonia led to the early industrialization of the area. Demography. Belgium is one of the most urbanized and densely inhabited countries in the world with about 97 percent of the 10 million inhabitants living in cities in 2000. Brussels, the capital, has approximately 1 million residents, and the second city, Antwerp, has half a million. The central and northern parts of the country are covered by a dense network of medium-size and small cities, and people may live in one city and work in another. Around 55 percent of the population lives in Flanders, 35 percent in Wallonia, and 10 percent in Brussels.

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    CULTURE Festival's play an important part in Belgian life. One of the most famous festivals is the three-day carnival at Binche, near Mons, held just before Lent. During the carnival, noisemaking and dancing are led by "Gilles," men dressed in high, plumed hats and bright costumes.
    Another famous pageant is the Procession of the Holy Blood, held in Brugge in May. December 6 commemorates Saint Nicholas's Day, an important children's holiday.
    Early Belgian artists are credited with inventing oil painting, so it's no wonder the place has produced more than its fair share of masterpieces. The Flemish Primitive Jan van Eyck started it all in the 15th century, Pieter Brueghel followed with his portrayals of peasant life in the 16th century, and Pieter Paul Rubens dominated early 17th century art as the leading light of the Baroque period. In Antwerp, Rubens set up a highly productive studio of painters and turned out sensational religious allegories such as his famous Descent from the Cross.
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    There are lots of exceptional events coming up this summer - displaying the formidable Belgian blend of pageantry, artistry, and humor. Here is a smattering - for more complete details go to the Belgian Tourist Office site www.visitbelgium.com
    June through October - The Festivals of Wallonia and Flanders take place.. Prestigious international orchestras and soloists perform in castles, abbeys and churches. For details on the Wallonian fest - call 32-81-73.3781 or fax 32-81-74-2503. No number available for the Flanders fest at press time.
    Comics Tintin - famous comic strip character by Belgian artist George Remi, alias Herge. Visit our Belgian store for Tintin Merchandise Cuisine Belgium has more Michelin starred restaurants than France. For more about Belgian Cuisine, please go to our Cooking With Beer Site Chocolates For a wide chocolate selection, visit our friends at Nirvana Chocolates Click on the diamond to learn how Belgium, and more specifically Antwerp, is involved in the diamond trade. Also see some of the worlds most precious (and expensive) diamonds!
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    In the Flemish part of Belgium there are two kinds of radio stations. The public stations, which are part of the BRTN (Belgian Radio and Television), and approx. 330 local radio stations. Yes, you've read it right : no commercial national stations ! 61% of the daily listeners tune in to one of the six public stations (Radio 1, Radio 2, Radio 3, Radio Donna, Studio Brussels and Radio Vlaanderen International) .The BRTN owns 78% of the market. The local radio stations (which have a theoretical broadcast-radius of 8 km./5 miles) own 18% of the market.

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    Clickable Map: Belgium with major cities; thick black lines denote the language border separating the 3 regions: Brussels in the center, Flanders in the Northern half, Wallonia in the Southern half; thin lines delimit provinces Belgium is a small, highly developed and densely populated country (10 million of inhabitants) at the cross-roads of Western Europe. Belgium is one of the founding members of the European Community, and its capital, Brussels, is also the capital of the European Union . It is a federal state , with 3 relatively autonomous regions: Flanders in the north, where the language is Dutch ("Flemish"), Wallonia in the south, where the language is French, and the centrally located Brussels , which is officially bilingual. Belgium's rich history has left impressive churches, town halls, castles and works of art, dating back to the early Middle Ages, spread around the cities and country-side. Belgium has possibly the highest "quality of life" in the world, as testified by its excellent food , housing, health care, education and infrastructure, its world records for high productivity and low poverty, and the appreciation of foreigners residing in Belgium. For a personal view on what distinguishes Belgium and the Belgian character (good living, pragmatism, food and drink, open-mindedness, compromise, privacy ...), check my "

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